rosa solis

noun ro·sa so·lis \ˌrōzəˈsōlə̇s\

Definition of rosa solis


rosa solises

  1. :  a cordial flavored with juice from the sundew or other herbs and spices

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Origin and Etymology of rosa solis

New Latin, alteration (influenced by Latin rosa rose) of Medieval Latin ros solis — more at rosolio

First Known Use: 1654

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a brief usually trivial fact

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